About the Master's degree programme Mechatronics

The MSc programme in Mechatronics offers you an in–depth technical and practice–oriented scientific training in the field of mechatronics. Before you start your studies, you will need to choose three of the following five specialisations:

  • Sensor systems and actuators
  • Embedded Systems
  • Robotics
  • Computer Aided Engineering — FEM, CFD
  • Production Technology

Other subjects in the Master‘s degree programme include an in-depth study of higher mathematics. Students are also required to provide analytical, mathematical and numerical descriptions of physical and technical issues and processes, and find solutions to various challenging problems. Advanced scientific, in-depth business expertise and preparation for leadership responsibilities complete your profile, and can be learned (German and English modules) from the courses the module library.

In the 4th semester, you can focus entirely on your thesis.

In all technical courses, we place particular emphasis on the application and understanding of occurrences and correlations.

Can I work while studying?

The Master‘s course will mean a lot of work for you and a great deal of it on your own initiative. During the four semesters you will write many seminar papers on your own. The planned timetable from Wednesday to Friday, all day, and scheduled days in block weeks allow you to take on a small part-time job during your full-time study.

The Master‘s degree in Mechatronics comprises as follows:

45 % Specialisations

25 % Master's thesis

10 % Module library

15 % Advanced mathematics

5 % Social skills


The right course for you? Then bring along the following:

  • An interest in computation and simulation
  • High motivation to get to the bottom of things
  • Diligence
  • Design and problem solving skills
  • Analytical, logical and abstract thinking
  • Openness to cooperate with students from other disciplines
  • Ability to work on own initiative

Contact Persons Mechatronics MSc

Pamela Mohr
Advice & Registration — Mechatronics MSc

+43 5572 792 5002
mechatronics-master@fhv.at

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Marion Schmidle
Beratung & Anmeldung — Mechatronics MSc

+43 5572 792 5003
mechatronics-master@fhv.at

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Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Johannes Steinschaden
Programme Director Mechatronics BSc, Mechanical Engineering BSc, Mechatronics MSc

+43 5572 792 5001
johannes.steinschaden@fhv.at

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